Acer Iconia A1-830Acer Tablet

Acer Iconia A1-830 Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble Acer Iconia A1-830 to remove and replace the battery, speaker, front camera, rear camera, screen and motherboard.

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Pry up the back cover with guitar picks.

Remove the back cover. You can see. Acer Iconia A1-830 internal structure is relatively neat.

The back cover connected to the motherboard to discharge any static electricity.

Iconia A1-830 button

Under the back cover, you can access the battery, speaker, camera and motherboard.

Disconnect the battery power cable and remove the battery.

Acer Iconia A1-830 installed a 3.7v, 4000mah Li-ion battery.

Disconnect the speaker cable from the motherboard.

Remove three screws securing the speaker.

The speaker has been removed.

Disconnect the front camera cable and remove the camera.

Acer Iconia A1-830 front camera

Acer Iconia A1-830 rear camera

Duitai FT5406EE Touch chip

Disconnect LCD cable and touch cable.

Remove three screws securing the sheet metal.

Remove two screws.

Iconia A1-830 microphone

Iconia A1-830 motherboard

The back of the motherboard

Remove sixteen screws securing the roll cage and remove it.

The roll cage

Acer Iconia A1-830 LED screen

Remove the metal shield on the motherboard.

The metal shield

Power management chip, Wi-Fi chip, GPS chip, Audio chip.

SK hynix H26M52003EQR 16GB ROM, ELPIDA B8164B3PD-1D-F RAM, TI 1211A1 2BW AXCJ USB 2.0 support chip

17047 3407s power management chip, 347 ch308 power management chip, TI B5072C1

GPS is using CSR G05T chip, Broadcom BCM430FKUBG WI-FI, Bluetooth 4.0, FM chip

42L73CWZ chip decoder, 8736 power amplifier chip

For more guides, check out the Acer Iconia A1-830 device page.



  1. where is the wifi antenna located…..I think it has come disconnected, and now the range is only a couple of feet from the modem…..

  2. My USB is crushed for a second time; after a costly repair.

    I don’t need it (USB) other than to reload/recharge the battery; this tablet is heavily in use. (it’s just a good tablet)
    … is there a ‘work around’ i.e. to get rid of the USB and replace it with another (better) connector; I get; plugged-in but not charging when I connect 5 v to the terminal points on the motherboard itself.


    E v Gulik

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